La Treille

Located in Marseille's 11th arrondissement, the Treille district is a haven of peace away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Nestled between the La Valentine and La Pomme districts, La Treille offers an idyllic, unspoilt setting.

The district takes its name from the famous Château de la Treille, a magnificent eighteenth-century building. Surrounded by green hills and vast natural spaces, the district is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Renowned for its picturesque landscapes, vineyards and olive groves, the area is also known for its narrow, winding streets lined with small traditional houses.

La Valentine

Known for its shopping malls, this district of Marseille's 11th arrondissement alternates between its two faces: the historic, traditional Valentine that revolves around the village, and the ultra-modern Valentine of the shopping areas.

Nestled in the hinterland of Marseille, the district is surrounded by hills. In its historic village, the atmosphere is friendly and the picturesque alleyways invite you to take a stroll. The atmosphere is warm, with cafés and restaurants offering Provencal specialties. The Château de la Buzine and Pagnol’s Château Saint-Antoine dot the landscape.

Located in the heart of the village, the “Brewery of the Phoenix”, built in 1872 and still adorned with a bird from Egyptian mythology at the entrance to the administration building and brewhouse, is now owned by the Heineken group.

Nature lovers will be delighted by the proximity of the Étoile massif, offering magnificent hiking trails.